Chris Robinson – Corporate and Commercial Lawyer

Specialist in Banking & Finance Business & Corporate Commercial Contracts Employee Incentives Insolvency & Corporate Recovery and Intellectual Property

A corporate lawyer for over 30 years, Chris Robinson was previously a partner in prominent commercial law firms in Birmingham, Oxford and Milton Keynes. He specialises in corporate law, including buying and selling, structuring and financing businesses, including raising capital through public markets, private equity or bank lending.

As well as corporate deals and finance, Chris advises on EMI and other employee share schemes, partnerships and LLPs, corporate insolvency, trade marks, regulatory compliance in financial services and law firms, and commercial contracts.

Chris has experience in a broad range of business sectors, with major deals in newspapers, football, virtual shopping, electric motors, newsagents, pharmaceuticals and property development.

Chris is happiest when making a contribution to his clients’ businesses that goes beyond the legal detail and makes a real difference.




Described by The Legal 500 as “highly regarded”.


Chris is married with twin adult sons. He lives in Northampton. He enjoys photography, technology, history and watching cricket. He writes a legal blog which attracts interest from around the world.

Contact Details Chris Robinson
  • Email [email protected]
  • Office 0845 257 9449
  • Mobile 07770 601840
  • Skype
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Latest Blog Posts

Brexit: judicial independence and the Bill of Rights

Posted in Excello Law Blogs on 8 Nov 2016

The attacks on the judges in the papers over the Brexit judgment have shocked many lawyers. We have an independent judiciary and the rule of law for good reasons, and we forget them at our peril. As the President of the Law Society put it, “Attacks on the judges simply because they were doing their […]

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Forfeiture of partnership and LLP profit shares – having your slice and eating it

Posted in Excello Law Blogs on 19 Oct 2016

A partner can potentially forfeit all part of his profit share if he breaches his fiduciary duties, according to a recent decision of the High Court. That comes as a surprise to many partnership lawyers, and has some interesting implications for partnerships and LLPs. Hosking v Marathon Asset Management LLP was an appeal on a […]

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